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You can make a bat file and inside the bat try something like this: net stop {serviceName} & net start {serviceName} and use the bat file as a program for a scheduled task.


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in order for it to work for me on Windows 10 with nginx 1.9.15 i had to add -p c:\nginx in the stop arguments <service> <id>nginx</id> <name>nginx</name> <description>nginx</description> <executable>c:\nginx\nginx.exe</executable> <logpath>c:\nginx\</logpath> ...


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I wrote a small webapp some time ago which has a system dependency which is only available for unix systems so docker was the natural choice (although i had quite some success with vagrant ..) I am using windows for development and also running this webapp in its docker container. So I came across the same issue, "how to start this at system boot"? I ...


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I had the same problem and I did the followings and the problem solved: In Services: -"Windows Event Collector"->Properties->Startup Type->Automatic(Delayed Start). -"Windows Log"->Properties->Startup Type->Manual. -"Remote Access Auto Connection Manager"->Properties->Startup Type->Manual. -"Remote Access Connection Manager"->Properties->Startup ...


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Old post, new answers For $49.95, this should do it. Working to run Onedrive business as a service. http://www.coretechnologies.com/products/AlwaysUp/ Here is another candidate (free) to roll-your-own: http://www.rozanski.org.uk/services SVC.EXE Synopsis. SVC.EXE is a simple Windows NT command-line program to manage NT services. Services can be listed, ...


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I had this problem with SQL 2012, Windows 8.1 and simply set the User account to "Local System" clicked Apply and report configuration manager managed to start up. Edit: Had some further issues that were resolved by running the report manager url in Internet Explorer with "run as administrator".



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